Why the wealth gap between Black and white Americans persists
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Emancipation from slavery is nearly 160 years old, but the economic emancipation of Black Americans is ongoing. Plus, Japanese consumers grapple with rising prices after decades of stagnation.
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Japan had struggled to even reach the central bank inflation target of 2%.